Things seem to go sideways when this cop stops tp talk to these kids playing at the side of the road. Things seem to go off track when dad shows up but then things take a turn for the bright side.
A lot of us need a little quality time away from our other half LOL.
Believe it or not, this happened in America and not Brazil this time.
The San Francisco Police Department on Tuesday provided details and released bodycam video of a Dec. 7 officer-involved shooting that seriously injured a burglary suspect who attacked and injured officers with a vodka bottle.
The attack and subsequent shooting occurred in the area of Mission and 23rd streets after the officers responded to separate reports of a "hot prowl" and multiple attempted vehicle break-ins, police said during a town hall Tuesday evening.
PHOENIX – An Arizona state trooper survived “a fight for his life” by fatally shooting a violent suspect late Thursday night in Tempe, authorities said Friday.
Trooper Hugh Grant encountered 25-year-old Ahmed E A Al-Hashemi acting erratically on Rural Road south of the Loop 202 around 11:50 p.m., Arizona Department of Public Safety Director Frank Milstead said at a press conference during which dashboard camera video was shown.
A citizen observer from Mothers Against Drunk Driving was with Grant on a ride-along during the incident.
The suspect, who had knocked a sign into the street, ignored instructions from Grant to get out of the road and continued making gestures and dancing around. Al-Hashemi also charged the trooper’s vehicle and kicked it.
Grant got out and attempted to subdue Al-Hashemi by using a Taser twice, to no effect, and the suspect rushed Grant and started brawling.
“It’s a very violent encounter, a vicious encounter,” Milstead said before showing the video.
Al-Hashemi punched, kicked and head-butted Grant and hit him in the head with his own Taser, Milstead said.
“Ultimately he [Grant] was unable to subdue the subject, and as he felt himself beginning to lose consciousness and realizing that one more blow to the head could mean the life of his citizen observer and of his own, he ended up deploying his duty weapon, and the subject succumbed to his injuries.”
Today, the Seattle Police Department (SPD) released video of a canine team taking a robbery suspect into custody. This video was released to a media outlet in fulfillment of a public disclosure request, and due to public interest in police accountability, and also releasing the video publicly, as well as a clip edited for length. Although Chief Carmen Best found the actions of the canine team consistent with 2018 department training, Chief Best also believed the deployment was not consistent with SPD’s Use of Force policy nor the values of our department. In late 2018, Chief Best ordered a thorough review of how SPD uses canines.
The department worked with the Office of Police Accountability, the court monitor, and the Office of the Inspector General (OIG), as well as two independent canine training experts to develop meaningful policy recommendations. These recommendations led to a new policy, approved by a federal court monitor, the Department of Justice, and ultimately the federal court. SPD included this update as part of its July filing. Separately, the OIG is currently auditing SPD K9 operations.
The video of the July 20, 2018, arrest, which took place in South Seattle, shows Officer Ryan Huteson approaching the 16-year-old suspect, who had both hands raised with open palms. Huteson directed the dog to "take him." As he waited for other officers to arrive, Huteson let the dog bite the suspect's arm and shake its head for about 30 seconds after taking the suspect to the ground.
If you've ever visited Moscow International Airport, those carts sitting there aren't for your luggage, they're for all the drunk Russians that need to be carted out.
A new video from China shows a man being interrogated by police for criticizing the force on social media platforms QQ and WeChat. The footage, which shows the man handcuffed and bound to a table, has shed new light on the surveillance tactics used to monitor and suppress dissent within the Communist state.
The man appears to be very apologetic in the face of questioning, explaining that he only criticized the police because he was drunk.
The video follows recent news that the Chinese government is creating a social credit system that will punish citizens who appear to be less than loyal to the state.
Under new rules, the government can punish those who criticize the regime, as well as numerous other behaviors, such as:
– Buying too many computer games. – Consuming too much junk food or alcohol. – Contacting a friend with a low credit score . – Having online friends with low credit scores. – Posting “fake news”. – Visiting unauthorized websites.
Sonoma County Sheriff Mark Essick announced on Friday he intends to fire a deputy who applied a lethal choke-hold on a man who evaded officers in his car, calling the deputy’s conduct “extremely troubling” in a video that included body camera footage of the violent encounter.
David Glen Ward, 52, died on the morning of Nov. 27 after two sheriff’s deputies and two Sebastopol police officers mistook him for a stolen car suspect. Ward had reported his green Honda Civic stolen three days earlier and had recently retrieved it when officers tried to stop him, leading to an early morning chase near Bloomfield and Murray roads just south of Sebastopol.
Body-cam footage shows an officer with a gun drawn shouting at Ward to keep his hands up as officers move toward the vehicle. Ward is then ordered to unlock the door, but he is unable to do so with one hand. Ward eventually rolls down the window and the officers pounce.
One officer deploys a Taser while a sheriff’s deputy, identified as Charles Blount, restrains Ward by the head and neck and attempts to yank him out of the vehicle through the driver’s side window. A struggle ensues as Ward’s legs become trapped under the steering wheel, and deputies can be heard saying Ward bit them as he shouts in pain. Blount appears to then slam Ward’s head against the car.
Ward became unresponsive during the arrest and later died at the hospital.
“If you watch the body-worn camera video closely, you may be concerned by what you saw,” Sheriff Essick said in the video released Friday. “So was I.”
Blount was served a notice of termination, Essick said. The deputy is currently on administrative leave as an investigation into the incident continues.
Police in Fontana, CA were involved in a vehicular pursuit of a 31-year-old man suspected of stalking and attempting to injure his estranged wife.
Multiple law enforcement agencies were involved in the chase -- which eventually ended in Corona, CA ... where cops used a pit maneuver to stop the car.
Cops fired rubber bullets at the driver's side window -- and once they shattered the glass, SUPERDOG sprung into action ... flying through the glass and into the car to incapacitate the suspect.
The perp allegedly punched the dog, but the K9 wasn't fazed -- and cops were ultimately able to move in and take him into custody."
FLASHBACK, 2018-A Washington lobbyist who played a leading role in raising money for Hillary Clinton’s presidential runs resigned her commissionership at a top transportation agency after being caught cursing out police on video.
“You may shut the f--- up!” fumed the lobbyist, Caren Turner, at a Tenafly, New Jersey, cop during a March 31 traffic stop of a car in which Turner’s daughter had been a passenger.
“You’re an ass,” Turner later told the officer, according to a police report released Wednesday. “Look at that smug-ass look on your face.”
Turner, 60, had become increasingly frustrated and angry after police politely declined to discuss in detail why they had pulled over that car, which was being impounded after being found to have an expired registration.
Syracuse, NY -- A young Syracuse boy lay dazed and critically wounded against a couch after being shot in the back by his own uncle earlier this month in a Near West Side residence.
“Mommy! Mommy!” little Miguel Everson moaned.
The gunman, Miguel Russo, 31, had come to the house of his sister -- the boy’s mother -- around 8 p.m. Dec. 3 on Fenton Street, acting erratically. He pulled out a gun and fired once into the floor, family later told the police.
This is the kind of thing our police have to deal with every day.
This cop is just doing his job and trying to keep this woman safe as they are about to tow the vehicle she is in but she feels she has the right to not exit.
Once the woman final exits, she tries to flee the scene. The officer grabs her, she yells rape, screams like a maniac and resists. She is then cuffed and freaks out even more about her bag.
This all happened in the wonderful state of California.
Just another day in New Orleans.
She claims she is a military vet. Maybe this is a really bad episode of PTSD?
Tulsa police released body camera video Thursday showing a wild interaction between an officer and a driver after a traffic stop.
The police sergeant conducted the traffic stop in late September at South Sheridan and 9th Street because the vehicle didn’t have working taillights, according to the police report.
The sergeant saw that the driver, 25-year-old Marico Ferrick, was in possession of a driver’s license belonging to a retired police officer.
The sergeant tried to detain Ferrick, who police said put up a fight. Eventually, the sergeant used pepper spray on Ferrick, who spit it back in the sergeant’s face. Police said the arresting officer also found marijuana in Ferrick’s pocket.
As for the retired police officer’s driver’s license, police said she had lost it at a local casino.
Ferrick is facing a number of charges, including assault and battery upon a police officer, possession of a controlled drug without a prescription, and driving without a license.
Here's an exclusive new look at a Tulare County sheriff's deputy shooting a woman inside a suspect's Delano hotel room in June.
The acquired body camera footage released as part of a federal lawsuit filed by the victim against Tulare County and sheriff's deputies. Her 4-year-old son already got a seven-figure settlement from another agency.
Tulare County sheriff's deputy Rommel Verenzuela opened fire so quickly as he ran past the opening door of a hotel room, his body camera didn't even catch a view of the open door. But the shot hit its mark. A bullet hit Alexis Resendez in the abdomen, right below her heart.
Deputies made her crawl to them on her injured stomach and while she waited for medical aid, she asked a critical question. "Why'd you guys shoot me?" you could hear her ask in Verenzuela's body camera video. "We heard the shots and someone opened the door, ok?" he told her. "We didn't know if it was going to be him coming out." Tulare County sheriff's deputies and Delano police went to the hotel looking for her boyfriend, Arturo Galvan, because he was a suspect in a drive-by shooting the day before.
The deputies inside the hotel tried to coax them out but got word Galvan had climbed out the window a few seconds before the threat of violence grew louder. "Open the door," the deputies demanded as they knocked on the door, but they both backed up when they heard gunfire.
Verenzuela's partner then tells him to come his way and as he did, he opened fire while running past the door. "He doesn't know what he's shooting at," legal analyst Tony Capozzi. "There's no question about that. But what's in his mind when he does that? Does he believe his life in danger at that point in time?"
Capozzi says a jury would have to decide if it was reasonable for Verenzuela to shoot into the doorway without knowing who he was shooting or whether they posed a threat. And he says attorneys could easily question whether the deputies should've waited for a SWAT team or if their positioning shows improper training. Her parents saw the video and said the shooting is clearly excessive.
"It sucked," said Steven Resendez before his wife, Anita, took over. "It just brought back a lot of memories of that day because it was one of the most terrifying, emotional days of our lives, not knowing if our daughter was alive."
The pain is still there for their daughter and the bullet is still visible right under her skin six months later. Her boyfriend died in the hail of gunfire outside the hotel, so she also lost her son's father. The 4-year-old always said he wanted to be a police officer, but his grandparents aren't sure how this will affect his plans.
"It's just sad and tragic how everything turned out," said Steven Resendez. "But we thank God our daughter is still here with us, that my grandson didn't lose both his parents." Delano police shot and killed Galvan when he jumped out of the hotel room.
The city paid his family more than $2 million before even facing a lawsuit. Neither Galvan nor Resendez had any weapons. Investigators seized her car, but she told that they found no evidence connecting Galvan to the drive-by because he wasn't involved.
The Tulare County district attorney's office did not file any charges against Resendez, but they tell that the case is still under review and legal analysts say the Delano police officer could face charges.
The Tulare County sheriff's office deferred comments to the Tulare County counsel's office, and their attorneys told us their policy is to not comment on pending litigation. But they filed an answer in court denying any wrongdoing. Resendez's excessive force lawsuit is set for trial in 2021.
Nothing worse than a robot doing what lazy cops don't want to and you paying for it.
Muscovite Leonid Grayser, 18, who brutally killed his sister during a ritual, tried to escape from custody right in front of the police, he got out of the cage in the hall of the Shcherbinsky court and crawled under the ceiling.
The bailiffs rushed to apprehend him, but it was not immediately possible until a taser came into hand. During the operation, the suspect lost some of his clothes.
The 18-year-old man tried to “banish demons” from his 21-year-old sister and killed her. Drugs were then found in the apartment.”
Investigators looking into the deadly shooting of a New Jersey police detective and the deaths of three others at a kosher grocery store Tuesday say there is growing concern that the market was specifically targeted, senior law enforcement sources briefed on the investigation said.
But it is too early to know what the motive is behind the attack, one senior law enforcement official said Tuesday night.
Both of the suspects, described by the sources as a still-unidentified male and female shooter, were found dead following the standoff and furious gun battle Tuesday afternoon, officials said. Three civilians were also found dead.
Jersey City police Det. Joseph Seals, 39, was killed after police investigating a murder approached the two suspects and one of them opened fire, shooting the officer in the head, according to the sources and officials.
Stephen Sings was charged with a multitude of felonies and misdemeanors for asking a simple question.
A North Carolina man who asked deputies why they had arrested his son was tackled, punched, tasered and arrested on a multitude of false charges.
A man was live streaming so now video of his arrest is going viral, even if he remains in jail on a $150,000 bond.
Richmond County sheriff's deputies charged Stephen Sings with a multitude of contempt-of-cop charges the video shows he never committed, including five counts of assaulting the thugs who arrested him.
Essentially, the deputies were triggered when Sings told them "this is your duty to talk to me" because that is when they ordered him to place his hands his back. “Man, I ain’t got to put nothin’ behind my back,” Sings responded. “What you mean? … I ain’t did nothing wrong.” "Put your hands behind your back," the deputy said. A struggle ensued and Sings dropped the phone. It was picked up by his other son who continues recording as a deputy points a taser at him. That same deputy tasered Sings several times as another deputy punched him repeatedly, another video shows.
Video starts at 2:30
The Fontana Police Department releases body camera footage from a call regarding a disturbed male possibly pointing a gun at vehicles. The incident took place on November 27, 2019 shortly after 9:00 am. The location of the call was in the area of Commerce Way and Santa Ana, in the City of Fontana.
Video of the 2018 shooting death of 33-year-old Laudemer Atienza Arboleda by a Danville deputy has been released.
A sheriff's dashcam video shows Contra Costa Costa County Sheriff's Deputy Andrew Hall firing multiple times at the Newark man who was fleeing from police in a silver sedan.
The incident began about 11 a.m. on Nov. 3, 2018 when the Danville Police Department was notified of a suspicious person near Cottage Lane and Laurel Drive, next to Interstate Highway 680 near downtown. The citizen reported seeing a man exit his vehicle, walk toward several homes in that area with bags in his hands, go back to his car and circle the neighborhood.
Police soon found the man, later identified as Arboleda, who ignored officers' commands to stop, according to investigators.
The dashcam video shows Arboleda fleeing in his car, leading officers on a short pursuit. He drove a few blocks to the intersection of Front Street and Diablo Road, which is where Hall fired on him. Arboleda was struck and was taken to the San Ramon Regional Medical Center, where he was later pronounced dead.
Arboleda's family filed a claim against the Town of Danville and the county, alleging the fatal shooting was based on race. Arboleda was Filipino.
The sheriff's office denied the allegation."This is not about race. This is about a dangerous and reckless person trying to run down and murder a police officer. Once all investigations are completed, we look forward to sharing the full details with the public," Sheriff-Coroner David O. Livingston said in the weeks following the shooting.
The Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's Office said deputies were dragged by a car while pursuing a suspect early Friday morning in Northern Tuscaloosa County.
Public Information Officer Jason Powell said two deputies were making a routine traffic stop in the Samantha community when they realized the driver was one of Tuscaloosa's Most Wanted.
Powell said the deputies were attempting to arrest the suspect when he tried to flee and ending up dragging the deputies with his car.
Both deputies were taken to DCH Regional Hospital in Tuscaloosa to be checked out. Powell said they are both expected to be fine.
Investigators say Hunter Waldrop, 25, faces a series of charges in connection with Friday's incident.4
This idiot must not know how to drive stick. He'll have plenty of time to Google it in Prison.
LOL, the dude who falls out of the ceiling sounds like Gene Wilder In Young Frankenstein. IT'S ALIVE, IT'S ALIIIIIIVE!
From a witness on board with this madman:
So I boarded 99 B-Line at Allison Road, with the perp where there are two empty seats left at the back of the bus, and he sits across from me.
He started a conversation with the girl sitting to my left, which begins innocently when he begins propositioning her first for coffee, but then begins to be more aggressive in tone, language and gaze.
The girl tries to deflect unsuccessfully. At this point, I pause my music and try to assess the situation and see if I/ the other passengers were in danger. Through the next few stops, he talks intermittently, about masturbation, marijuana use without ever breaking his gaze on this girl. At this point, I became seriously concerned for her safety and the safety of other passengers if he were to get physical as I felt an unrelenting pressure from him.
I thought that there was no real way to defuse the situation as he was clearly suffering with mental health and could not be reasoned with at the time. It was at this point, about 10 minutes after boarding, where I texted 877-777 as he is a large fella and I was worried about someone getting hurt as a precaution. I also thought about what would happen when the girl got off, and if he were to follow her, it would create an even more precarious situation.
10 minutes later his monologues turn incoherent as he starts talking about something Zionism while looking at me. I felt that I couldn't move away from that area of the bus, to avoid him just in case he were to take my seat beside the girl and just generally tried to ignore him.
A stop later he lights up a dart from his pocket and which alarms everyone because it shows his lack of inhibition and self-awareness. The bus eventually stops at the Starbucks on broadway right before cambie where 2 translink enforcement officers approach.
They assess the situation and ask the perp to step outside for a chat, he initially agrees, and asks the girl to step out with him. She declines and he refuses to leave the bus and reaches and touches the girl's upper leg, it was then that the officers immediately ask him to lay his hands off and close the distance to subdue him.
He first grabs onto the pole in front of me and I see him strike the first officer and knocks his glasses onto my lap. The situation escalates further as he is clearly resisting and a brawl occurs where everyone on the bus is a combination of shocked in place and terrified.
I hear the other officer yell at him to stop resisting and this is combined with punches and I hear a taser go off. This does not seem to faze him as he reaches for the officer's holster and I hear the officer yell at the perp to release his weapon.
This is extremely scary as it seems possible at this point that he could single-handedly overpower the three guys on him. I hear the officer call for backup and yells at everyone to exit the bus as we are all glued to our seats in shock at the escalation of violence. At this point, everyone streams out of the bus and more VPD officers arrive.